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    alp0324 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default good free slideshow program?

    just wondering what people use to read their mangas, I had this absolutely awesome free program to watch them, where i just loaded up the contents of a file and everything was in order, but I've long since lost the link and find myself reading the VERY painful way of openning one page at a time....

    please help!

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    MojoMunkeez is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    uh..I just use the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer..



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    aallx is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Just use CDisplay. You can find this anywhere. Many manga sites have a link or host this. Heck, you can just google for it.
    Daijoubu! Saa, mae ni susumou taiyou wo itsumo mune ni...

    Tsunaida te tsutawaru Power negai wo tsukamaeyouyo!
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    stillatin is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    cdisplay is the shit, i mostly use the keyboard because with the mouse sometimes its too sensitive when you switch pages.

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    Jakko1234 is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Ditto with what Monkey said. It comes with your computer usually, is easy to use, and I find is easier to zoom in and out with than CDisplay and Sequential Image Display.


    "Let us cross over the river, and rest beneath the shade of the tree." - Last words of Stonewall Jackson

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    stillatin is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    you can just use the cdisplay settings, i just have it set to fit window and it works fine, especially if you know all the keyboard controls.

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    Jakko1234 is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Yeah, I guess so, I've just gotten so used to using the wheel-mouse-button-thingy-part-of-the-mouse-who's-proper-name-I-suddenly-forgot-late-at-night to zoom in and out that its like second nature for me, and I find it very easy to use. Same reason why I prefer yahoo over google, I've just gotten so used to it and its quirks over the years that I prefer it.


    "Let us cross over the river, and rest beneath the shade of the tree." - Last words of Stonewall Jackson

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    kalin is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    I just run a homemade script to generate an HTML page for each chapter and then view it off my local home server.
    [code]
    #/bin/bash
    #script to generate html images for current directory
    #extract chapters into individual ordered directories

    #set Local Directory to current directory
    ld=`pwd`;

    #create a temp directory
    mkdir /tmp/html_images

    #Set the "initial page "last" link to index
    l=index.html;

    #loop through each item in the directory
    #... I should probably escape this and only check directories

    for p in *;

    #create html code for links to the previous and the next chapter

    do echo "<BR><a href=\"$l.html\">last</a><BR>" >> /tmp/html_images/"$p.html" ;
    echo "<BR><a href=\"$p.html\">next</a>" >> /tmp/html_images/"$l.html";

    #create html code for each image in the chapter directory

    for x in "$p"/*;
    do echo "<img src=\""$x"\"><BR>" >> /tmp/html_images/"$p.html";
    done;

    #change the current page to the last page.

    l=$p;
    done;

    #move html files out of temp directory and remove the link

    mv /tmp/html_images/* "$ld";
    rmdir /tmp/html_images;



    #############Make a master index of all chapters

    #backup index if it exists
    mv index.html index.html.old$$

    #Generate html code to link to all pages in directory
    echo "<HTML> <BODY>" > index.html
    for x in *.html
    do
    echo "<a href=\"$x\">$x</a><BR>" >> index.html
    done
    echo "</BODY></HTML>" >> index.html
    [/code]

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    Mozzyb is offline Senior Member Regular
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    I think you should show where you put in the acctual adress for the pictures.. it gets kinda confusing
    Please Google it! before asking!

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    kalin is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozzyb
    I think you should show where you put in the acctual adress for the pictures.. it gets kinda confusing

    Sure thing. I'm using 127.0.0.1 =]

 

 

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